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October 11, 1987 | From Times Wire Services
Columbia set the National Collegiate Athletic Assn. Division I football record for most consecutive losses at 35 Saturday as the sons of former Lion coach Jim Garrett led Princeton to a 38-8 victory. Northwestern had set the previous record of 34 straight defeats between Sept. 22, 1979 and Sept. 18, 1982, and Columbia equaled it last weekend with a 23-0 loss to Penn. Columbia, 0-4 this season, has not won a game since defeating Yale, 21-18, on Oct.
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December 21, 2013 | Sam Farmer
D is for disheartening, devastation and disappointment. D is also for Dallas and Detroit. In a matter of weeks, the Cowboys and Lions have gone from the thick of the playoff race to a race to the bottom. They are a combined 0-4 since posting Thanksgiving wins and have tumbled from the top of their respective divisions. Both teams were 7-5 after their Nov. 28 victories, with the Lions seeded third in the NFC and the Cowboys seeded fourth. The Cowboys and Lions are now seeded eighth and ninth, respectively, and both Dallas' Jason Garrett and Detroit's Jim Schwartz are dangling by threads.
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November 2, 1998 | JERRY CROWE
DALLAS AT PHILADELPHIA * Kickoff: 5:15 p.m. * TV: Channel 7. * Records: Cowboys 4-3; Eagles 1-6. * Story line: Troy Aikman, who sat out five games because of a broken left collarbone, returns for the Cowboys. "I feel fine," he said. "It's been hard to watch from the sidelines regardless of whether the team was struggling or doing well." The Cowboys were 3-2 and moved into the NFC East lead with Jason Garrett at quarterback, but they're coming off a 13-12 loss to the Chicago Bears on Oct. 18.
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November 2, 1998 | JERRY CROWE
DALLAS AT PHILADELPHIA * Kickoff: 5:15 p.m. * TV: Channel 7. * Records: Cowboys 4-3; Eagles 1-6. * Story line: Troy Aikman, who sat out five games because of a broken left collarbone, returns for the Cowboys. "I feel fine," he said. "It's been hard to watch from the sidelines regardless of whether the team was struggling or doing well." The Cowboys were 3-2 and moved into the NFC East lead with Jason Garrett at quarterback, but they're coming off a 13-12 loss to the Chicago Bears on Oct. 18.
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October 12, 1998 | From Associated Press
Jason Garrett won the Battle of the Backups. Carolina's Steve Beuerlein threw three touchdown passes, but couldn't get the Panthers into the end zone on two possessions in the final two minutes, allowing the Dallas Cowboys to hold on for a 27-20 victory on Sunday. Garrett, subbing for the injured Troy Aikman, threw two touchdown passes to help give the Cowboys a 13-point lead. The victory wasn't wasn't secured until Beuerlein threw a pass out of the end zone as time expired.
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September 28, 1998 | From Associated Press
Jason Garrett finally lost his winning touch. Garrett, playing at quarterback for the injured Troy Aikman, suffered his first defeat in four career starts Sunday when the Dallas Cowboys lost to the Oakland Raiders, 13-12. Trailing 13-10, the Cowboys were driving for the potential winning touchdown, or even a tying field goal, when Garrett was intercepted by Eric Turner in the Oakland end zone with 1:31 left to play.
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November 25, 1994 | BILL PLASCHKE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The weary and injured Dallas Cowboys snickered this week when Coach Barry Switzer said they would win on Thanksgiving because he believed in Peter Pan, Tinker Bell and Disneyland. Late Thursday, the eyes of 53 grown men were like saucers, their voices filled with wonder. "Coach said he believed in fairy tales," Nate Newton said. "Well, we just dropped one on them." Footballs fell from the sky. Tiny men scampered across large expanses of green. Outlandish wishes were granted.
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August 27, 1995 | Associated Press
Even without their first-team defense for most of the game Saturday, the Kansas City Chiefs were too good for Warren Moon and the Minnesota Vikings. Linebacker Tracy Rogers returned a fumble for a touchdown on the first play from scrimmage and the Chiefs had five sacks and three interceptions in a 17-13 victory at Minneapolis in the final exhibition game for both teams. Kansas City (3-1) started without three defensive starters, and pulled most of the other regulars by the second quarter.
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December 21, 2013 | Sam Farmer
D is for disheartening, devastation and disappointment. D is also for Dallas and Detroit. In a matter of weeks, the Cowboys and Lions have gone from the thick of the playoff race to a race to the bottom. They are a combined 0-4 since posting Thanksgiving wins and have tumbled from the top of their respective divisions. Both teams were 7-5 after their Nov. 28 victories, with the Lions seeded third in the NFC and the Cowboys seeded fourth. The Cowboys and Lions are now seeded eighth and ninth, respectively, and both Dallas' Jason Garrett and Detroit's Jim Schwartz are dangling by threads.
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April 21, 1991 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Mike Perez's deflected pass to Cedric Gordon in the end zone with 17 seconds to play gave the Frankfurt Galaxy a 30-28 victory over the winless Raleigh-Durham Skyhawks in Germany. Jason Garrett threw a 43-yard touchdown pass to his brother John to lead the host San Antonio Riders to a 22-14 victory over the previously unbeaten Barcelona Dragons.
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October 12, 1998 | From Associated Press
Jason Garrett won the Battle of the Backups. Carolina's Steve Beuerlein threw three touchdown passes, but couldn't get the Panthers into the end zone on two possessions in the final two minutes, allowing the Dallas Cowboys to hold on for a 27-20 victory on Sunday. Garrett, subbing for the injured Troy Aikman, threw two touchdown passes to help give the Cowboys a 13-point lead. The victory wasn't wasn't secured until Beuerlein threw a pass out of the end zone as time expired.
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September 28, 1998 | From Associated Press
Jason Garrett finally lost his winning touch. Garrett, playing at quarterback for the injured Troy Aikman, suffered his first defeat in four career starts Sunday when the Dallas Cowboys lost to the Oakland Raiders, 13-12. Trailing 13-10, the Cowboys were driving for the potential winning touchdown, or even a tying field goal, when Garrett was intercepted by Eric Turner in the Oakland end zone with 1:31 left to play.
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August 27, 1995 | Associated Press
Even without their first-team defense for most of the game Saturday, the Kansas City Chiefs were too good for Warren Moon and the Minnesota Vikings. Linebacker Tracy Rogers returned a fumble for a touchdown on the first play from scrimmage and the Chiefs had five sacks and three interceptions in a 17-13 victory at Minneapolis in the final exhibition game for both teams. Kansas City (3-1) started without three defensive starters, and pulled most of the other regulars by the second quarter.
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November 25, 1994 | BILL PLASCHKE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The weary and injured Dallas Cowboys snickered this week when Coach Barry Switzer said they would win on Thanksgiving because he believed in Peter Pan, Tinker Bell and Disneyland. Late Thursday, the eyes of 53 grown men were like saucers, their voices filled with wonder. "Coach said he believed in fairy tales," Nate Newton said. "Well, we just dropped one on them." Footballs fell from the sky. Tiny men scampered across large expanses of green. Outlandish wishes were granted.
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October 11, 1987 | From Times Wire Services
Columbia set the National Collegiate Athletic Assn. Division I football record for most consecutive losses at 35 Saturday as the sons of former Lion coach Jim Garrett led Princeton to a 38-8 victory. Northwestern had set the previous record of 34 straight defeats between Sept. 22, 1979 and Sept. 18, 1982, and Columbia equaled it last weekend with a 23-0 loss to Penn. Columbia, 0-4 this season, has not won a game since defeating Yale, 21-18, on Oct.
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December 27, 2013 | By Sam Farmer
It's official: Dallas quarterback Tony Romo has undergone back surgery and Kyle Orton will start Sunday night in a winner-take-all game against Philadelphia. Cowboys Coach Jason Garrett announced the news Friday morning. "We anticipate this surgery to solve the issue with his back," Garrett told reporters, according to the Fort Worth Star-Telegram. Romo, who suffered the injury while spinning away from a tackle in Sunday's victory at Washington, has been placed on injured reserve and is done for the season.
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